The first of two episodes with Pepperspray/Indymedia producer Patricia Boiko covering this years Sundance/Slamdance film festivals.
LIES and broadcasting the truth. Our first three films center on the lies we tell ourselves and each other. We end with the tools to broadcast the truth.
Patricia Boiko caught up with filmmaker,
Sam Kauffman, at the Slamdance Film Festival. His
beautifully crafted and poignant film, Massacre at Murambi, is striking for
it's simplicity in conveying the message of Rwanda and
Dafur. His 5 minute film is shown in it's entirity.
The second film is from our newest and youngest award
winning director and "IndyMedia Presents" producer in
Denmark. Mia Graabak's film was a winner in a
Then we move to Park City, Utah and the Sundance Film
Festival where Marina and Ryan, Seattle high school
students, tell us about stereotypical lies spun about people from the Middle
East and how the hilarious new Morgan Spurlock film,
"Where In The World is Osama Bin Laden" gave them a
whole new perspective.
The final piece comes by way of the filmmakers lodge
at Sundance and http://www.witness.org and tells how to broadcast
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